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When a worker alleged a co-worker sexually assaulted her while on the job, her employer said under state law, she had exclusive legal remedy.
A round-up of nationwide regulatory changes affecting the workers’ compensation industry.
Significant workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
Proposed changes in the law could ‘kill the small captive industry entirely.’
Attorneys have filed suit against the workers’ comp law in Oklahoma, the second state after Texas that gives employers an alternative to the state-based program.
The objective assessment of an outside expert can often help move even the most difficult legacy claims toward closure.
Hank Greenberg, who made his first insurance deal in China in 1975, returns and buys a state-owned insurer.
Worry about court decisions when they actually mean something.
The law streamlines the national licensing process for brokers, but it may take two years to be operational.
Supporters say Tennessee’s proposed Employee Injury Benefit Alternative could save employers up to 50 percent on their workers’ comp costs.
Whether general liability coverage will cover a construction defect is now a big unknown.
Generic drug manufacturers may face increased premiums and higher risk management costs due to a proposed FDA rule.
The court ponders whether an injury sustained during a paid lunch break is compensable.
A proposal to sharply reduce workers’ comp benefits for substance abusing claimants has the support of more than 65 percent of state residents.
Workers’ comp payers are worried about poly-substance abuse cases, and the issue of who is liable if a mix of drugs proves lethal.
Certificates of insurance are often required, but risk managers should understand that it is always the actual policy that controls coverage.